It looks like this is the production-ready 2010 Ducati Stradaperta, Italy’s answer to the KTM 990 SMT and the Triumph Tiger. A tall road bike (or an adventure tourer that can’t go off-road, whichever floats your boat), the Stradaperta uses the liquid-cooled v-twin from Bologna’s superbike range, but it’s not currently clear if that’s the 1099cc unit from the Ducati Streetfighter, the 1198cc motor from the Ducati 1198 or something with a little twist on that theme. Another picture below.
The most noticeable styling element on this bike are the all-in-one
dirt-style mudguard/air intakes. Can’t say we’re a huge fan of those or
the otherwise unremarkable looks. We’d take Terblanche’s Multistrada
over this thing any day, but the Stradaperta will likely destroy the
air-cooled bike in a straight line. We dig the abbreviated brush guards
and their integrated indicators, but sadly it looks like this bike loses Hypermotard’s nifty fold-out mirrors in favor of black plastic bar-mounted ones.